You can retrieve application resources using the getResources() method of the application Context.The most straightforward way to retrieve a resource is by using its resource identifier, a unique number automatically generated within the R.java class.The following example retrieves a String instance from the application resources by its resource ID: String greeting = getResources().getString(R.string.hello);
We talk more about application resources in Chapter 6,"Managing Application Resources."
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